Casino de Montréal

1 Avenue du Casino, Montreal, Quebec, H3C 4W7 - Map
Casino Group
Opening Hours
24 hours (Daily)
Casino Games
  • Baccarat
  • Blackjack
  • Caribbean Stud Poker
  • Craps
  • Multi Player Poker
  • Pai Gow
  • Roulette
  • Slots
  • Three Card Poker

The 526,829 square foot Casino de Montreal is the largest casino in Canada and is located on the Ile Notre-Dame, an artificial island located in the Saint Lawrence River, Montreal. The casino consists of three interconnected buildings, two of these, the French Pavilion and the Quebec Pavilion, were built for Expo 67 (which celebrated Canada’s centennial). It offers a full range of entertainment options including entertaining shows, and has a good range of restaurants, bars, lounges and, of course, a wide variety of gaming options. Located at Parc Jean-Drapeau, across from the Old Port of Montréal, the Casino is readily accessible by car or public transportation. From the Jean-Drapeau Metro station, take the casino bus (777) right to the door. Or, if you are driving from Montreal, cross via the Pont de la Concorde Bridge. Several shuttles provide round trip transportation to the casino from outside the island of Montreal. Free outdoor parking is provided.

The Casino has packages with the Small Hotels Association of Montreal (a group of 11 independent hotels in downtown Montreal – visit association’s website for details) as well as a ‘Sweet Deal Package’ with several hotels (visit casino’s website for details). There are a plethora of hotels within seven kilometers of the casino including Delta Montreal, Boutique Loft Hotel and the less expensive Hotel 7 Saisons.

Casino de Montreal features more than 3,000 slot machines with bets varying from just one cent to $500, depending on the slot machine and new machines are constantly being added. With more than 120 table games and regular table game tournaments, you are sure to find your favorite. There are 10 poker tables and Texas Hold’em poker with croupiers available with and without limits, bets starting at $1 to $2. The casino operates the Casino Privileges Club which is free to join and allows players to earn various rewards. The self serve stations are the places to pick up complementary drinks and their four restaurants and three bars will keep you well fed if you fancy a break from the games.